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Monthly Archives: August 2009
This competition has now closed. Fermat’s Room is a stunning award-winning Spanish thriller which comes out on DVD on 7 September. Four mathematicians are invited to spend a weekend together by a mysterious host known only as Fermat, where … Continue reading
Pedro Almodóvar reunites with favourite leading lady Penélope Cruz for the first time since their triumph with 2006’s tragic-comic melodrama Volver. Broken Embraces, their new movie, doesn’t scale its predecessor’s heights but still contains much to delight fans of both … Continue reading
Picking up the story of iconic French gangster Jacques Mesrine five years on from Mesrine: Killer Instinct (released in UK cinemas three weeks ago), Mesrine: Public Enemy No. 1, the second half of director Jean-François Richet’s epic two-part crime biopic, … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. Sports biopic The Damned United starring Michael Sheen as legendary English football manager Brian Clough comes out on DVD on Monday 31st August. To celebrate the film’s release we’re giving you the chance to win … Continue reading
The Best view | The Hurt Locker – Kathryn Bigelow’s nerve-shredding Iraq war movie blows away her macho rivals
People often make a fuss about Kathryn Bigelow’s status as a female director of action movies as if it’s her gender that makes her special. Yet the remarkable thing about Bigelow isn’t that she’s an action director with breasts, it’s … Continue reading
Fancy getting down to The Harder They Come, Kingston-reggae stylee, in the Elephant and Castle? You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Do ya wanna call the Ghostbusters to the hallowed halls of the Royal … Continue reading
Fusing Fatal Attraction with Cape Fear, this tense little edge-of-your-seat Aussie thriller should have been called Cradle Rock. With her biological clock ticking away, Jess wants a kid, but her fisherman husband Rob is not so sure. Enter unhinged … Continue reading
This violent thriller, in the tradition of revenge classics like Straw Dogs and Death Wish, is not for the faint-hearted. After the body of his daughter Jessica is found dumped in a Brisbane industrial area following a heroin overdose, Christian … Continue reading
Or ‘Grattis på födelsedagen!’ as they say in Sweden. Peter Stormare, who turns 56 today, is certainly one of my favourite (supporting) actors just because he embodies ‘weird’ nearly as convincingly as the amazing Giovanni Ribisi. I guess with that … Continue reading